Truly Deeply is proud to see another one of our brand creations take on new markets. This month, Bounce Inc continued their brand expansion with the launch of the free jumping revolution in Dubai.
Posts Tagged ‘Australia’
Etto Street Pasta – Delicious Brand Creation.
This month’s edition of Marketing Magazine features a double page spread showcasing Truly Deeply’s brand strategy and design work for Etto. A delicious and creative venture founded by Truly Deeply’s Peter Singline & David Ansett, Etto has provided us a great opportunity to walk a mile in the shoes of our clients – whilst demonstrating that with the right mindset, any business can develop a killer brand, regardless of size or budget.
Read the full case study in this month’s Marketing Magazine or online at marketingmag.com.au or view more after the jump, or get in touch if you’d like to find out more. We’d love to shout you a plate of pasta and show you the deliciously tangible outcomes of our branding process.
Truly Deeply unveils its brand strategy and design work for Koolaman, Australia’s leading hand-stamped jewellery brand.
Koolaman Founder and Director Lisa O’Keefe, says that working with Truly Deeply has been an incredible journey. “They have not only created a beautiful brand that truly represents our unique jewellery but they have captured our spirit and crafted a powerful brand story that really resonates with our customers, inspires our team and provides direction for our business to grow”.
Maxime Terberg travelled from the Netherlands to Australia to complete a six-month internship at Truly Deeply. In this guest post she shares her experience at the agency and thoughts on Australia as a brand.
A bold new brand name and identity that is a true statement of intent for a leading recruitment company.
For nearly thirty years, Barbara Sterner Recruitment and Consulting (BSRC) had built an enviable reputation. The company was well established in Melbourne and Sydney and had several blue chip clients and long-term partners.
However, the company’s brand was dated and not reflecting the true image of the company and its ambition for the future. The name was also was also out of synch with a company that had grown to become a true team of leaders.
Doomsayers continue to claim retail is suffering its worst conditions for decades. But in the unlikely market of stationery – where traditional newsagents have been disappearing across the country – one retailer is booming.
Smiggle is a great example of a brand that has reset its category. Driven by a strong vision, clearly defined brand proposition, distinct identity and deep connection with its audience, Smiggle is a standout brand.
Ferve – a new brand for the love of festivals
From technology geeks to festivarians, Ferve tickets is a deliberate niche ticketing brand that is passionate about festivals. Beyond just making ticketing easier, Ferve partners with organisers to enhance and grow festivals.
Australia day is here for another year, along with painted faces, flag flying, boxing kangaroos and, of course, companies trying to leverage patriotic feelings for their brand’s benefit. Coles and Woolies are fighting it out to prove who is ‘more Australian’, Vegemite has renamed their famous spread to ‘Australia’ and Lamb has again released their annual Lambassor, Sam Kekovic, for another ripper viral session – this time trying to get him the number 1 on the pop charts.
But this year, it is Wine Australia that has caught my attention with their idea to ‘de-stride’ those drinking foreign vino.